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Frank Cho's Jungle Girl Volume 2 Oversized Hardcover Hardcover – November 10, 2009
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The graphic novels operate much like the old Saturday morning serials. One set of adventures follows hot on the heels of the last. In this book, Jana, Togg, and Mike have only escaped certain death minutes before. And then a blazing object crashes into a mountain as they watch. Of course, they immediately start out to figure out what it was. Mike is of the opinion that it was a space shuttle, something from the 21st century, which is when he's from.
For whatever reason, though, time doesn't seem to work well on the island. Dinosaurs are still wandering around everywhere, and they remain a constant threat to life and limb. Even more astounding, a World War II German sub has been marooned there as well, and the crew is trying to extricate themselves without getting eaten by sea monsters.
But that comes in much later. Before the reader gets to that part, there's a lot of action and cheesecake as our favorite jungle girl proves time and time again that she's the most deadly species in the wilderness. Although I wish Frank Cho was drawing the book, Adriano Batista is a marvelous artist that works with the same vigor and eye-popping visual as Cho. The panels of action that follow, and of the ones of Jana simply standing there, draw the eye like magnets.Read more ›
Join Jana and immerse yourself in a world long before recorded history, as she fights monsters that could only come from Hell itself, and see if you can survive.
With a fine record behind them Cho, Murray and Batista have once again displayed their talents as some of the best in their field, and you will be amazed at some of the work that comes from their unlimited imagination.
The hardcover issue holds the first five chapters of season two, with covers and a sketchbook from Bastista in the back. It is a fine book to add to your collection of excellent artwork.